Since March 2020, I am a PhD student at the Meteorology and Air Quality (MAQ) group at Wageningen University. My goal is to help understand clouds, radiation, and their interaction at high spatial and temporal scales. This is part of the 'Shedding Light On Cloud Shadows' SLOCS project, run by my promoter Chiel van Heerwaarden.
My main focus currently is the processing and analysis of observational data gathered during two big field campaigns in the summer of 2021:
I have also recently completed the work on analyzing 10+ years of high resolution irradiance time series to characterize variability at short time scales. The paper is now officially published, and the dataset description in public peer review.
The custom-made sensor that we are using to gather new observations is currently undergoing public peer review.
Whenever I have something meaningful to share, I will post it here, including (rehosted) blogs about my work on my research group's blog, or on other popular science media.
Last modified: Tuesday 28 Feb 2023, 17:37
Published on 19 Feb, 2023Go to Article
How Solar Irradiance Variability is driven by Cloud SizesView post
In gesprek met Imme & Leon over wolken en zonnestralingView post (external)
Pressure shockwave circled Earth at least 3 times (by Resource)View post (external)
Published on 20 Sep, 2022Go to Dataset
Published on 19 Sep, 2022Go to Dataset